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Windsor Park students turn to Cabela’s for project advice

From left -- Frederick Bauer (Grade 11), Sean Mayer (11), Brayden Gray (12), Amel Hamzic (12), Karissa Laroche (12), Chelsea Shelvey (12), Paige Bernardin (12), Tim Brabant (10) are Windsor Park Collegiate students whose Duck Dynasty-themed robotic hovercraft project is getting a boost from Cabela's Canada.

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From left -- Frederick Bauer (Grade 11), Sean Mayer (11), Brayden Gray (12), Amel Hamzic (12), Karissa Laroche (12), Chelsea Shelvey (12), Paige Bernardin (12), Tim Brabant (10) are Windsor Park Collegiate students whose Duck Dynasty-themed robotic hovercraft project is getting a boost from Cabela's Canada.

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